Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps. You can find ’em at the Apple App Store (http://www.itunes.com/appstore/).
Otter Studios has announced ClockWise for iOS. It’s a US$0.99 word and numbers game based on the UK TV game show, “Countdown.” Players compete against each other and the clock.
StackTracks has released Target Blaster 2 for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. It’s a free, reaction-based game with tthree game modes, as well as Game Center support.
Ivanovich Games has introduced Letris Powe for iOS. The free game mixes ideas from Tetris and Scrabble. You must build words to keep the screen clean and tidy.
Tekton Technologies has unveiled Trip Photos — Tag, Search N Share for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. It’s a $0.99 app for capturing, tagging, searching and sharing your photos and videos.
The Steampunk Studio has launched Gangsta Baby — Pram Rage for iOS. It’s a $0.99, shoot-em-up involving warring gangs.
Sheng Apps has premiered Air Chalk, a digital chalkboard using iOS for educators teaching or presenting in class. With the $9.99 app, you can reportedly conduct an entire class using a mobile device such as iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch. Teachers can draw or write text into their mobile device, and the content gets displayed onto a projector screen using wireless network connection.
Stefan Preuss has conjured up iSpherical — A Wizard’s Journey 1.0 for the iPad. In the $1.99 game, you help the little Wizard guiding his sphere through the levels by making and breaking blocks.
AppCycles has cooked up iFries. The $0.99 app lets you “enjoy your fries virtually everywhere.” You can stick your fork into the virtual fries or shake them around and out of your screen to “eat” them.
GameKlaus.com and Canadian XI-Art have teamed up for Apple Craze for iOS. The $0.99 game takes place in the distant forests of Australia, where the hungry Blue Koala scavenges for apples. The hungry Koala needs help finding all those lovely apples, and that’s where you come in: help them collect apples and avoid dangerous obstacles.
Happi Papi extends its line of learning games for smartphones and tablets with Happi 123. It’s a $1.99 math game where kids age 4-8 can practice everything from counting and addition to pattern recognition while collecting badges and disguises for the game’s puppet master Papi the Tiger.
The Bobbleshop app is a new digital toy made for iOS that lets anyone create 3D virtual bobble head dolls. The $2.99 app lets users choose from hundreds of facial features, body parts and accessories in various colors.
Sailors can now use their iPhones to keep a watch on nearby boats along busy coastlines while enabling other boaters and friends to follow their location using Boat Beacon Maps and Global Marine AIS systems. The $9.99 doesn’t require an external AIS receiver or transponder equipment and provides location tracking.
Oscar and His Curious Adventures ($1.99) is the first in a series of original animated storybooks for children aged 7 to 11, developed for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. The series aims to teach children a range of scientific facts and contains an original animated short film that’s presented in chapters.
Ubisoft has rolled out MotoHeroz a side-scrolling, platform racing game based on the WiiWare title. It combines rally racing with side-scrolling, platforming action. The iPhone/iPod touch version costs $0.99; the iPad version is $2.99.